If you’re like most people with lots of sewing projects to finish, you want the best way to do things, but also the quickest and easiest way too. Tara Rex shares a few sewing tips on how she saves some time finishing edges on a quick pillow project. Tara shows how she finished the edges of a fabric first before she even cuts what she needs for the pillow back. This way, after you finish your pillow front you can simply cut the fabric in half, overlap the finished edges and stitch your pillow together. You can use the fabric at the finished width, or trim it down for use on something smaller.
If you have ever accidentally shrunken a sweater in the washing machine then you may be familiar with felting. However, you may not know all the fun things you can do to recycle your shrunken sweater. Beth Bradley teaches you how to felt wool and then expresses a few simple sewing techniques for felting. SeeWatch Now >>
Learning how to make simple curtains has never been easier! Kristina Saccone shows you how to make a really simple curtain pattern for any size window. Learn how to measure your windows correctly and see the different kinds of fabric you can use to make simple curtains. Also, learn a few finishing techniques to ensureWatch Now >>
Ashley Hough presents a quick and easy tip for pillow stuffing in this sewing video. Simply take your pillow insert and place into a plastic bag, and see how much easier it is to stuff into your pillow cover! If you enjoy sewing your own pillows, this quick tip is for you!Watch Now >>
Aurora Sisneros teaches you step-by-step how to make an oilcloth wallet without having to turn the pattern inside out. Oilcloth is a strong and durable fabric, but it’s also tricky to work with. Aurora shares her tips to make it a smooth process. Related Article: Oilcloth Wallet PatternWatch Now >>